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Stand Out From The Crowd With David Drebin

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David Drebin, a Parsons School of Design graduate, started his career in commercial photography before quickly establishing himself in the field of modern fine art. His distinctive filmic style has morphed into different art forms throughout the years, including neon light displays and the revolutionary “photo sculpture.” David is exhibited by some of the top art galleries in the world, including Camera Work, Contessa Gallery, and Fahey Klein. Over the last decade, his work has been featured in numerous exhibitions and at a number of the world’s most prestigious art fairs.

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  • What David truly loves to do
  • His life as a kid
  • How he started his journey
  • The time he realized that he’s a terrible actor
  • How he knew that acting wasn’t for him, and he wanted to pursue something else

Connect with David Drebin through the channels below to get to know him and his mission more:

Website: https://daviddrebin.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavidDrebin/
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/daviddrebin

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